Why Eating Out Could Sometimes Mean Tasting Less

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Do you hear that sound? No, it’s not a bear growling. It’s your stomach rumbling. To quiet your hunger pangs, you wander through crowded, unfamiliar streets, searching for food that will satisfy your hunger. You consider stopping in a typical burger joint or pizza place. But then you spot a small signboard with some unfamiliar foreign words and one that you recognize: caf. After wandering through a maze of side streets and alleyways, you finally find the establishment. The place is small, but quaint. After ordering the grilled chicken panini, your food is placed on the bistro table. You take one bite and float off your bistro table. Your chicken panini isn’t just food; it’s a taste of heaven! In your hurry to gobble your food, you bump your knees against your bistro table several times.

Food and Money for Thought
Annually, restaurants gobble up huge amounts of money. In 2006, in the Unites States alone, over 200,000 full-serve restaurants earned almost $300 billion. About 250,000 fast food restaurants served up about $260 billion worth of business. The figures may seem high at first, but when you consider that food is an irreplaceable...

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